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Uploaded: Dec 26, 2013 - 12:22:28 PM
Last Updated: Dec 26, 2013 - 12:22:28 PM Last Played: Jan 15, 2019 - 04:34:07 PM
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Hardware:
Yamaha drum kit, Warwick LX-5 thru ancient SVT
Software:
FM7,Guitar Rig 3,Reaktor 5
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gadzooks said 1997 days ago (December 26th, 2013)
Slumberlord
I like this ... guitar sounds great and so do the drums!
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alackbass said 1996 days ago (December 28th, 2013)
Slumberlord
Great title. I always enjoy your heavy excursions. The abrupt beginning is suitably jarring. This turned out to be a great showcase for the drums. The drum performance reminds me of the heavy rock meets jazz approaches of Mitch Mitchell and Ginger Baker. As if one of them was sitting in with Tool.
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Daugrin said 1994 days ago (December 29th, 2013)
Slumberlord Startled
The drums are inspiring here. The fifth below bit is cool, grit seems to work al through this piece. Thanks for posting your work with us...

Daug
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Dadai.2 said 1991 days ago (January 1st, 2014)
High powered...
excursion into somewhere else. This grabbed me from to go and didn't let up. Kudos for the in-your-face guitar riffing. Excellent stuff...
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